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The We’re All About Cats team understands the importance of providing honest, unbiased information about the products our cats use every day. That’s why we don’t accept free product samples in exchange for reviews. By refusing to accept free products, we stay objective and don’t feel obligated to promote a product we wouldn’t use ourselves.

Our product recommendations are based on industry knowledge, rigorous research, analysis of hundreds of verified customer reviews, and when possible, hands-on testing.

After independently selecting products, we may incorporate affiliate links in our articles. These affiliate links are designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees, by advertising certain products, and linking to the vendor websites offering such affiliate programs.

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20 thoughts on “Affiliate Disclosure

  1. AvatarDavid

    Is Fromm cat food good for cats? I’ve been feeding them this for about eight months now and hardly any digestive problems now. Just wondering how it rates

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  2. AvatarCeleste Mayer

    Pet Smart does not carry American Journey Dry Cat Food in their physical store. It does carry that brand in dog food.
    Why is that?

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    1. Mallory CrustaMallory Crusta

      Hi Celeste! Interesting question. While I can’t answer for your store specifically, I’ve been told by a PetSmart associate that American Journey dry cat food is available in larger PetSmart stores, but smaller stores will likely not carry it. It’s not a complete explanation, but I hope this clears things up a bit. Thanks for stopping by!

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  3. AvatarLuis Toro

    My cat developed Gastro intestinal problems gradually and slowly after introducing this food.

    I haven’t seen any reviews or recalls, but I do have serious concerns about this. My cat is 20 yrs old, so I thought it was maybe his kidneys or something else. After 4 months on this food, noticed extreme weight loss and decreased appetite. I thought age was finally catching up with him.
    Two weeks ago, did blood analysis and radiographs on my cat, his lab results were great for his age, except for some anemia. Radiographs did not show major problems, and a lot of gas on the intestines. Stoped the food immediately and there has been little improvement since then on him.
    I’m aware it may be some other problem not related to this food, but I’m very suspicious and would like the company and you Chewy to do some research with other consumers see if any problems with pets that are eating this food brand.
    If any one else has noticed good or bad results with this food, please let me know.
    From a very concerned cat owner,
    Luis T

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    1. Mallory CrustaMallory Crusta

      Hi Luis,

      Thanks for sharing your concerns. I’m not sure which brand or recipe you’re referring to, but regardless, I’d recommend passing along your experience to both the company and the FDA.

      If you’d like to specify the name of the food you suspect may have contributed to your cat’s health issues, others can learn about your experience and chime in. We’d also like to do some further research to learn more about the company’s history and if other people have experienced similar issues.

      Wishing you and your cat the best,

      Mallory

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      1. AvatarNancy

        It looks like Luis was referring to Stella and Chewy. I’m interested in your thoughts about this brand too. I’ve seen good and some not-good reviews for this brand. I am specifically interested in their raw, freeze dried line. Thank you very much.

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  4. AvatarCathy Martin

    I recently bought 12 packages of Sheba pate roasted chicken& liver entrée when I opened 3 of the trays up the are green with mold. I am very disappointed.0n the side it marked 03/08/2022–26–down below 011B2ARKF5–05:386. I have the others left–what should I do with them as this food is not cheep. thank you Cathy Martin

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  5. AvatarCathy Martin

    I recently bought 12 packages of Sheba I opened 3 of the green mold-#’s on the side–BB03-08-2022 26—on side below 011B2ARK5 05:386-i am very disappointed.

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    1. Mallory CrustaMallory Crusta

      Cathy, thank you so much for sharing your experience with All About Cats and all of the other cat guardians who read this article. In addition to publicizing this event here, I’d recommend contacting both Sheba and the FDA. Additionally, you should be able to return the food to your retailer for a complete refund.

      Sheba contact: https://www.sheba.com/contact-us
      Make a pet food complaint with the FDA: https://www.fda.gov/animal-veterinary/report-problem/how-report-pet-food-complaint

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  6. AvatarNatalie Funk

    I have three 6-month-old cats can I feed them two cans ?,one in the morning kibble in the afternoon and one can at dinner? Or is that too much?

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    1. Mallory CrustaMallory Crusta

      Natalie, it really depends on the food you’ve chosen. Use this calorie needs calculator to determine how much your kitties need, then compare those requirements to the number of calories you’re giving them with their two cans of food and kibble.

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  7. AvatarDonna

    I have an older female cat. She’s 9 years now and recently had a few crystals in her urine but are gone now. It was recommended that she start a diet of urinary tract formula foods. My concern is that I have another cat. I recused her and she is a dwarf. My vet says that this food won’t hurt her since, as everyone knows, it’s hard to separate cats while eating because they pick here and there. Their food is always measured accordingly. Do I have to keep them on this food forever even though she’s been absent of crystals and only had a few once?

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  8. AvatarNikki S

    Hiya, just a request for a review on the litter from litterbox.com. I’ve used it for awhile and like it, but I always like to see the expert opinions and your reviews seem well done. I’m not affiliated in any way, just a request. Love your site!

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